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Mozart Requiem

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will present a Special Choral Program and Solemn Requiem Mass on Sunday, November 15 at 6 p.m. for the public, in observance of Veterans Day. St. Luke’s Parish Choir, under the direction of Russell Jackson, Director of Music and organist at St. Luke’s, will sing Mozart’s Requiem. Organist Dr. David Heller, Professor of Music at Trinity University and St. Luke’s associate organist, will accompany the program. The Rev. David G. Read, rector of St. Luke’s, will celebrate at the mass and program, which is open to everyone, especially all active and retired military personnel.

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